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Community Created
Content
Project 5
RE-IMAGINIING
LIBRARIES WILL
ENABLE US TO
BETTER MEET
THE NEEDS OF
OUR COMMUNITY
IN A DIGITAL
WORLD.
Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content
— More than
— collecting
— stewardship
— access
— providing information...
Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content
— It’s about creating
— safe and supportive environments
— Physical and...
Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content
— It’s about providing
— tools that enable creation
— content that can ...
Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content
— Deliver
— tools or toolkit
— where and the how
— access to content
— ...
Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content
User Generated Content is a powerful concept
which describes the conten...
Community Created Content is..Community Created Content is..
— tagging
— comments/conversation
— catalogues
— wikis
— blog...
Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content
— community
— staff
— staff + community
— library websites
or
— social ...
Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content
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Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content
Build a proof of concept social space
Collect existing tools in one pla...
Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content
Option 1 – use existing staff..
Option 2 – dedicated Content/Project Ma...
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StrategiesStrategies
1. One Library
— A consistent experience across our libraries
— Improved delivery of content and reso...
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  • SLIDE 2
    [Welcome and thank you]
    This is the project that more than any other project – is about re-imagining.. Unlike the other projects is not about re-inventing what we currently do.. But it’s about doing new stuff..
    It is more challenging
    But that also makes it the more exciting and threatening
  • Final product is not clearly defined
    Changes constantly
    What needs to the defined is the processes to ensure we can move quickly because we have the frameworks and the agreed principles
    RLS – strategic plan – pragmatic not perfect
  • SLIDE 3
    It is based on the recognition that expectations and behaviours are changing.
    Information-seeking now happens online – while, at the same time, the number of people coming through the doors of our libraries is increasing.
    (CLICK TO BRING IN EACH DOT POINT)
    People want services to be welcoming and easy to use.
    They value the community space that we provide, whether it is onsite physical spaces or online digital spaces
    They want to be independent and to access professional expertise only when and if it is required
    They want access to our services at their point of need, recognising that this point is shifting rapidly and unpredictably
    And they want digital content – whether it is born-digital or digitised by us - to make it more easily accessible.
  • Risk
    left behind
    irrelevant
    Content created today – is not collected for future generations
    User-Generated Content Draws Fans
    FEBRUARY 3, 2009 Six out of 10 US Internet users view user-generated content.
    http://www.emarketer.com/Article.aspx?R=1006895
  • NSLA Libraries already support this new culture through encouraging the mashing up of images, user tagging and making creative contributions – as in this example from Picture Australia.
  • NOTES SLIDE 10
    There are 3 strategies that underpin what we are wanting to achieve with the program. They are:
    One Library – to provide a consistent experience, improved delivery and more tools across our libraries
    Transforming our culture – so we can deliver the Re-imagining Libraries vision
    Accessible content – improving access to our content online
  • Transcript of "Nsla Project 5 Sep 09"

    1. 1. Community Created Content Project 5
    2. 2. RE-IMAGINIING LIBRARIES WILL ENABLE US TO BETTER MEET THE NEEDS OF OUR COMMUNITY IN A DIGITAL WORLD.
    3. 3. Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content — More than — collecting — stewardship — access — providing information 3
    4. 4. Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content — It’s about creating — safe and supportive environments — Physical and virtual — It’s about providing — supportive and knowledge staff 4
    5. 5. Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content — It’s about providing — tools that enable creation — content that can be used to create new content — Safe and respectful environment to showcase and store the content 5
    6. 6. Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content — Deliver — tools or toolkit — where and the how — access to content — frameworks (rules) — new content 6
    7. 7. Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content User Generated Content is a powerful concept which describes the content and the tool sets that have emerged to help web users store, find and share content created by themselves, their families or their social networking groupings. Paul Reynold’s report 7
    8. 8. Community Created Content is..Community Created Content is.. — tagging — comments/conversation — catalogues — wikis — blogs — digital stories — mashups — and……… 8
    9. 9. Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content — community — staff — staff + community — library websites or — social networking sites 9
    10. 10. Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content 10
    11. 11. Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content Build a proof of concept social space Collect existing tools in one place Create framework – principles Build Social Spaces – Source – Social – Search – Re-mix 11
    12. 12. Community Created ContentCommunity Created Content Option 1 – use existing staff.. Option 2 – dedicated Content/Project Manager 12
    13. 13. 13
    14. 14. StrategiesStrategies 1. One Library — A consistent experience across our libraries — Improved delivery of content and resources — Ability to create, transform, use and share content 2. Transforming our culture — Developing a new mix of skills and knowledge so we can deliver our vision — Building on our culture of innovation and exploration 3. Accessible content — Improved and easy access to our content — More of unique collections available in digital format — Improved management of digital and physical content 14
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